Happy belated 4th of July! We didn’t really do much to celebrate the holiday, neither the hubs nor myself are big fans of fireworks and since we are in the middle of a God awful heat wave having a cook out was pretty much not gonna happen either. So, we celebrated by watching Sherlock on Netflix. Seriously, if you haven’t watched that show – WATCH IT. It’s brilliant. I’m just bummed that Netflix doesn’t have the second season and we are gonna have to wait forever for our turn at the library (we are 27th in the queue…boo).
Hubs has been working a ton of overtime, we are hoping that by doing so we can get our credit cards paid off sooner (we still owe roughly 5k, which was mainly from the meds for our IUI cycles). As soon as we get our cards paid off we can move on to IVF and I am incredibly antsy to start down that road. I just want to feel like we are doing something because currently I feel like we are stuck in limbo. I know logically we are doing stuff to help, i.e paying off debt, eating better, royal jelly, etc., but even with that it still feels like limbo. I mean I haven’t been violated with the dildo wand in awhile, I’m starting to forget how much it sucks and we can’t have that, now can we?
We are preparing for our vacation (yes, I am the type of OCD nerd who needs a month to plan a vacation – sue me). Again, if anyone has any suggestions for awesome things to do in the Northern California region & Las Vegas, let me know!!!! We have a pretty lenient itinerary so I’m looking for some activities to round out the trip. A lot of people had recommended some winery tours to us, but neither the hubs or I drink wine, so that’s out.
In other “fun” news, we managed to snag tickets to a Mumford & Sons concert about 3hrs from where we live for late August. I’m jazzed, I’ve wanted to see them in concert for awhile and my husband has never actually been to a concert (sad, I know). So we are both excited. I turn 32 *shudder* like 8 days after the concert so we are going to spend the night in a hotel and call it a birthday celebration!
Lots of fun stuff on the horizon, now if I can just keep myself from worrying about every little detail it will be a Hanukkah miracle!